A sizzling summer romance. A perfect summer read.
Alexandria Sutton's hot on the trail of Hunter Garrett. But every time she gets close, he ducks. He iswithout a doubtthe most infuriating man she's almost met.
Hunter Garrett's bothered by the pesky Ms. Sutton's ability to get to himand his secret. She doesn't seem to understand that some peopleand some thingsare better left alone.
It's a lesson she needs to learn, but he's in no mood to play teacher. There's too much at risk. His secret, if revealed, could put them in danger. His heart, if captured, would make him too vulnerable.
Join the chase in this exciting, humorous and romantic story. It's a book you won't want to put down.
About the Author
"I almost couldn't do it. I'm irrationally intimidated by women in hats, and one of the members was wearing a snazzy little red one that practically shouted Professional Writer. I was afraid they'd laugh me out of the room for daring to think my writing could be taken seriously. Lucky for me, they were a great bunch of people who made me feel right at home."
They also helped her to see all the things she was doing wrong - "like having no conflict and no plot." With the help of a strong critique group and generous fellow writers, Ann began to understand just how a book ought to be structured. A year later she won the Golden Heart from Romance Writers of America for Best Short Contemporary of 1989.
Since that time Ann has sold regularly to the Harlequin Superromance line. She swears she's not a slow writer, just a slow typist. Ann loves writing for the Harlequin Superromance series. "They publish the kinds of books I like to read, so what could have been a better match for me?"
Born and raised in Florida, Ann lives in Orlando where she continues the love/hate relationship with her computer. She adores bobbing around in the pool, hot fudge sundaes, collecting antique postcards and finding any excuse to travel.
She still hates hats and refuses to own one.